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How to catch and cook squid - the Korean way | Category: Fishing Talk

Mark Totzke 3 weeks ago
#7601

Hi guys,

check out our new video on how we catch and cook squid.
Hopefully it's informative and will help some of you to get onto some tasty squid.
My favourite seafood and it's also very sustainable as squid only live for a short time and reproduce quickly.

a snapper a day keeps the doctor away
itsaboat 3 weeks ago
#7602

Great video. Thanks for taking the time to make it.

I am going to try that recipe. Looks nice.

I am a fan of the float method. But I use a glitter float with mirrored sides.

itsaboat mate...Life is just a boat and then ya marry one !
Mark Totzke 3 weeks ago
#7603

thanks mate. Yeah I think the float method is most productive. Although not quite as fun as just egi style.
Think you mentioned your glitter float some time ago. I haven't seen any of those in our local fishing stores.
Could try and wrap up a float in foil maybe.

a snapper a day keeps the doctor away
itsaboat 3 weeks ago
#7604

Yes I did talk about them about a year ago. For some reason they are not easy to find.

Marine Deals have them - https://www.marine-deals.com.au/nacsan-glitter-teaser-float

Looks like they only have 2 in stock. These ones are doubled ended which might be why the price is just a little high. But then again eBay prices are about the same with postage.

Foil should work. Or some small mirror tiles from a craft shop.

itsaboat mate...Life is just a boat and then ya marry one !
dazzling79 3 weeks ago
#7605

I think that is the simplest way to cook squid. Only needs butter, salt and sugar. Taste really good too.
The sprinkle of brown sugar enhanced the squid taste a lot more.